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The Hampton Theatre Company's current production of "Over the River" is "unremittingly funny and genuinely moving," with perfect casting and sharp dialogue.

Nov 3, 2022
Five Days of Creativity

The Church in Sag Harbor hosts a master guitar maker, the American Artists' Hand Archive, a 1940s-style dance class, and the artist Steve Miller.

Nov 3, 2022
Rudolph Serra: Letting the Pot Fall

When the sculptor Rudolph Serra could not get clay during the pandemic, he turned to surfboard foam and aqua resin to create elegant, gestural, three-dimensional sculptural forms.

Nov 3, 2022
Vija Celmins Honored

Vija Celmins will receive an award for printmaking excellence and participate in a talk as part of the annual fair of the International Fine Print Dealers Association.

Oct 27, 2022
Homes, Bialosky, and New Books

The esteemed writers Jill Bialosky and A.M. Homes, both with new books, will be at The Church in Sag Harbor to talk about their own work, each other's work, and the new books, which will be for sale and signing.

Oct 27, 2022
Bits and Pieces 10.27.22

Guild Hall grant will support indigenous stories, culture, and language, LongHouse welcomes dogs, tree lovers, and kids, classical piano at the Parrish, Grateful Dead tribute band in Sag, Halloween silent disco in Southampton

Oct 27, 2022
Film Fest's Full List of Winners

HIFF announced its full slate of prize winners for this year, including the audience award-winning narrative film, "Return to Seoul," and the winning documentary, "Bobi Wine: The People's President."

Oct 27, 2022
Monster Mash

"Chemical Imbalance: A Jekyll and Hyde Play" turns Robert Louis Stevenson's gothic novella into a silly, campy, and hilarious farce thanks to a cast that hams it up in a rollicking way.

Oct 27, 2022
The Art Scene 10.27.22

Ashawagh Hall exhibit highlights Springs art and history, "Swept Away" returns to Main Beach, printmaking workshops at The Church, Mary Ellen Bartley in Chelsea, Eric Firestone opens two shows in Manhattan

Oct 27, 2022
R.B.G.'s Life and Her Many Trials

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life and trials, both public and private, are captured by Michelle Azar in "All Things Equal," a new one-woman play by Rupert Holmes coming to Bay Street Theater.

Oct 27, 2022
Winka Dubbeldam: A Life of Architecture

Winka Dubbeldam, a Dutch-born architect, writer, and professor, talks about technology, innovation, modern architecture, social housing, breaking rules, and the need for better building standards and stricter regulations in the U.S.

Oct 27, 2022
Bits and Pieces 10.20.22

Classical piano at Montauk and Rogers Memorial Libraries, musical 'Rebirth' at Old Whalers Church, tea ceremony at LongHouse, J. Smith-Cameron to be honored by North Fork TV Fest

Oct 20, 2022